Hyeri Talks About Support From Girl’s Day Members And What The Group Means To Her

Girl’s Day’s Hyeri recently sat down for an interview to talk about her new film “Monstrum.”

When asked about what “Girl’s Day meant to her, she smiled and said, “It’s impossible to come up with just one word for what it means to me. It’s a home to which I will always return, a place where anything is possible.”

She added, “When I talk with the members, everything feels like it’s going to work out. I feel more comfortable as a result. That’s what we are to one another. Now that I’m saying this, I really miss them.”

Hyeri continued, “Our members can talk to each other about the most trivial things and the most serious things – there isn’t anything we can’t talk about. We give each other advice and cheer each other on. It makes you feel stronger when there are people who can share and talk about anything with you. I can rely on them even when we’re apart or busy. We often say to each other, ‘it’s so lucky that we met one another.’ This industry is really tough, but the fact that we’re all still healthy and able to work is because of one another.”

“Monstrum” is a historical thriller about a plague and rumors of a mysterious monster roaming the country in the Joseon era. It premieres in South Korea on September 12.

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